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A Cleveland native who was on a skydiving expedition died, along with three others, in a fiery plane crash Saturday in Swainsboro, Ga.Justin Duff, 42, of Statesboro, Ga., and formerly of Cleveland, … more
After an expected jump in June due to schools closing for the summer and new graduates entering the job market, Bradley County’s unemployment rate for July began a slow descent of two-tenths of a … more
The Tennessee Valley Authority will be holding an information day regarding proposed upgrades to a transmission system that will supply power to a new secure office complex, ensuring 99.99 percent … more
Legacy Village of Cleveland, a premier assisted living and memory care community serving Bradley County and surrounding areas, will mark its grand opening with a community … more

Bradley County may soon have its own full-time fire inspector.

Dr. Heather Hayes is used to staying on her toes, whether working as a principal dancer for a ballet company or as a school principal. Hayes, a native of Oldfort and graduate of Polk County High … more
NASHVILLE – Tennessee eighth-graders can enter to win the trip of a lifetime. Sixty students will win free round trip airfare to Amsterdam, travel insurance, money for passports, and a seven-night river cruise — including all meals and excursions — through the Netherlands and Belgium. more
Bradley Central High School Class of 1954 will be holding its 64th year class reunion on Saturday, Oct. 6, with a brunch at the Cleveland Country Club, 345 Kyle Lane from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $15 per person, which includes tax and tip. Submit your payment to Betty Cartwright, 2164 State Hwy. 58 South, Georgetown, TN 37336 no later than Sept. 30. Make check payable to BCHS Class of 1954. Dress is casual. For more information, call Cartwright at 423-339-2333 or Helen Standifer Blevins at 423-715-1362 or more
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